‘Israel involved in Kosovo organ trade’

A European Union prosecutor who says Israel has been trading with an elaborate organ trafficking network in Kosovo has brought the case to Pristina District Court, a report says.

European Union Prosecutor Jonathan Ratel

Jonathan Ratel, who serves in Kosovo as part of the EU’s rule of law mission, has announced that the seven suspected Kosovons working as physicians for a clinic called Medicus in the capital, Pristina, belong to an international network that trades in the organs of people suffering from extreme poverty, the Associated Press reported.

The donors were from Moldova, Kazakhstan, Russia and Turkey and were enticed with the false promise of payments as much as 20 thousand dollars. However, they never got any money.

There are also charges pressed against an Israeli individual and a Turkish doctor who have not been arrested yet.

The organs were illegally removed from the victims and transplanted into rich recipients most of whom were from Israel, Canada, Germany and Poland.

Among the suspects are some of Kosovo Albanian’s most famous doctors. One of them used to be permanent secretary of health and gave the clinic a false license. Also Dr Lutfi Dervishi, a university professor, who is said to be the ringleader of the group, set up the operations.

Police were alerted to the network in November 2008, when a Turkish man, Yilmaz Altun, appeared exhausted at Pristina airport while waiting to board a flight home. When questioned by police, he said he had donated his kidney to an Israeli recipient.
The Council of Europe has launched a probe into the issue and its report will be released to the public in France on Thursday.

Source: http://edition.presstv.ir/detail/155676.html

JEWS IN THE BOSNIAN MUSLIM ARMY (1992-1995)

Jews fight alongside Muslims? Impossible. Unless when it comes to killing Serbs, it is absolutely possible.

Side by side with the Bosnian Muslim and Al Qaeda terrorists, Bosnian Jews fought in the Army of the  CIA funded ‘Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina’.  The following article has first been published on 5 September 1992 by  Kentucky New Area newspapers.

‘With Bosnian war raging, Jewish group celebrates life’
By John Pomfret, 5 September 1992.
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SARAJEVO, Bosnia-Herzegovina — On a ping-pong table in a cluttered room next to asynagogue, Zoya Finci works to restore ancient parchments – Hebrew scripts telling the story of the exodus of Jews from the Holy Lands. A dab of acetone here, a swab of alcohol there.
Despite the crash of mortars and heavy machine-gun fire outside, Finci is preparing for anexhibition. With an almost heroic obstinacy, the Jews of Sarajevo are planning to celebrate their 500 years in the city.
“It only comes once every 500 years,” said the middle-age University of Sarajevo art professor,whose family has lived in Sarajevo for four centuries.
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Caption: Zoya Finci (left) and Predrag Papo (right) inspect a prayer shawl at the Jewish Community Center in Sarajevo.
“We can’t postpone it. We have to celebrate it despite the bloodshed.“
About 1,000 Jews are left from an original population of 1,600. About 600 women, children and elderly have been evacuated since the war for control of Bosnia-Herzegovina began between the mainly Muslim government and the self-proclaimed Serbian Republic of Bosnia-Herzegovina.  Some went to Israel, others to Austria and Italy. Spain, where 95 percent of the Sephardic Jews in Sarajevo trace their roots, took 50 families.Ivan Ceresnjes, 47, the president of the Jewish community, said only a few more Jews want to leave.
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“The rest will stay in Sarajevo,” he said. “We are Bosnians first.”
They are in the police force and work in civil defense, he said. The Jewish graveyard, with tombs dating to the 16th century, is a Serbian stronghold.  Serb militiamen have placed a heavy machine-gun in its chapel. The tribulations of Ceresnjes’ family highlights the sometimes colorful, often tragic history of the ews in this part of the world. Expelled from Spain during the Inquisition, the first Jews came to the hard scrabble country around Sarajevo in September 1492 — the year Christopher Columbus landed in the Americas. Recordskept in the city say the first Jews arrived on Sept. 11, the date this year’s exhibition begins. Boats from the Ottoman Empire — which saved Jews and Arabs alike from the religious suppression launched by the Roman Catholic Church in Spain — brought them to the Balkans. In recognition, they invited Turkish President Turgut Ozal to the exhibition